Planning and Development - Building Division

Inspections

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Each approved building permit will carry a schedule of required inspections. The required inspections will be indicated on the permit card, inspection sticker sheet, and the inspection sheet provided at the time of permit issuance. A project representative or contractor is eligible to request inspections; however, it is the responsibility of the property owner to ensure that the required inspections are performed.

Required Inspections:

  • Soil Erosion/Sediment Control Inspection
  • Footing Inspection
  • Backfill Inspection
  • Slab Plumbing Inspection
  • Electric Service Inspection 
  • ROUGH Inspections
    • Rough Electrical Inspection
    • Rough HVAC Inspection
    • Rough Plumbing Inspection
    • Rough Framing Inspection
  • Insulation Inspection
  • Final Engineering Inspection
  • Final Building Inspection

Specialty or additional inspections will be listed on the permit card and inspection sheets. These additional inspections are typically assigned to projects with special conditions or construction sequencing requirements and may include, but are not limited to, rebar inspections, sub-surface insulation inspections, fire wall/barrier inspections, and fire suppression inspections. When included at issuance, specialty or additional inspections do not impact the permit fee. Re-inspections conducted after a schedule inspection is failed for the 2nd time, and nonscheduled inspections will incur a $75 inspection fee.

Scheduling an Inspection:
Inspections must be scheduled at least one (1) business day prior to the requested inspection date. Inspections may be scheduled Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. via phone or in the Planning & Development Office.
Inspections are conducted Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Provide the permit number and type of inspection being requested.

Required at the Inspection:
Permit card posted in a conspicuous location.
The approved (stamped) set of construction plans shall be available for use by the inspector. If a project representative is not present, the inspection sticker sheet must be readily accessible by the inspector.

Understanding the Inspection Results:
A green sticker reading "APPROVED" at the bottom indicates that the inspection has passed.|
A pink sticker reading "NOT APPROVED" at the bottom indicates that the inspection has failed. Failed inspections will receive a blue "CORRECTION NOTICE" identifying the points of failure for that inspection. 


           

 

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